6/19/15


Nicer weather means much more outdoor activity. What better way to take advantage and use it as an opportunity to teach our kids about the earth and how things grow! Envirokidz believe that cereal can save the world - or better yet, kids can! 

With the help of mom and dad, Envirokidz help cultivate future eco-ambassadors from the ground up! They tap kids curiosity and grow their understanding of the environment that their animal mascots live in, as well as the environment our kids live in.

What this means is getting outside and getting dirty, the best part of growing up! Kids love digging, so why not let them help in the garden or even start their own mini-garden? 



You can get pint sized gardening tools and let them pick out their very own seeds! Kids are proud of their work and they won't even realize they are learning while having fun! We have done this with our kids both indoors planting potted plants and outdoors. 

It not only teaches kids about the earth and the environment around them but also how to give back to the earth and #HelpGoodThingsGrow.

You can learn more about Envirokidz products and their efforts to educate kids about the environment and wildlife by visiting the official Envirokidz website. 


WIN IT! 


Envirokidz wants you to #HelpGoodThingsGrow by offering up AME readers the chance to win an awesome @Envirokidz prize that includes:

Canvas gardening tote with trowel and fork

Plantable kale seed paper
Envirokidz activity book
Gardening themed recipe cards
Envirokidz cereal bars x2 boxes
3 Free Product vouchers

Enter using the ballot below to get started!

Open to US and Canadian residents 18+ (excluding Quebec and where prohibited in the USA). 

Mandatory entry must be done for extras to count. Winner will be drawn at random using GiveawayTools on June 30th, 2015.

Representatives of Natures Path are providing the prize to the winner on AME's behalf. By entering, you accept your information will be shared with the representatives of this brand should you win. Winners must qualify with a valid email address by filling out a winners claim form with skill testing question. Winners have 48 hours to claim before prize is redrawn. More about giveaways can be found here.

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28 comments:

  1. We don't waste things, and we recycle and compost as much as we can.

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  2. Tell them about how recycling will save our planet.

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  3. We are avid recyclers and are always talking to our grandkids about everything environmental

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  4. They are taught to recycle everything that feasible, not to litter and regift

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  5. my girl already has an slight obsession with recycling lol

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  6. We grow a garden, recycle and take walks in nature to teach the kids about the environment.

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  7. We recycle, pick up litter,provide homes/food for birds and help plant trees. (Judy Cowan)

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    1. I follow on You Tube as Judy C.

      I follow both Instagram as poodlemom123 (https://instagram.com/poodlemom123/)

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  8. We teach our kids about recycling and reusing. We are cloth diaper users, so our kids are very aware of how to take care of the environment at an early age!

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  9. We show and tell them to recycle ,reuse and compost

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  10. We recycle and reuse everything possible and teach the grandkids to do the same.
    Florence C

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  11. We recycle, reuse and spend a lot time outdoor learning about environment.

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  12. We spend a lot of time outside and are lucky to live near a forest where we have seen deer, bears, many species of birds, pick berries, etc. We also recycle, compost, try to reduce water and energy usage etc, and talk about why we are doing it.

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  13. I teach them not to litter, to recycle and reuse.

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  14. We recycle and up-cycle as a family. We usually go out a couple of times a year to clean up our local park or along the river.

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  15. We recycle and re-use anything that is possible. Simply lead by example

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  16. We go for hikes often and camp and geocache. We have taught our kids to respect nature :)

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  17. My son learns by helping in the garden and going with us to recycle.

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  18. Teach them to recycle and grow a garden.

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  19. we recycle, and like others have a garden and learn how different bugs can help, and watch kid appropriate documentaries

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  20. Make good choices. We reduce, reuse and recycle whatever we can.

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  21. I recycle, collect compost and generally help to teach my grandchildren not too waste things and recycle.

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  22. We practice the three Rs. Victoria Ess

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  23. I teach by example! Recycling, reusing, going organic

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